Saudi Arabia has long shocked the world with its medieval Sharia justice system, but nothing prepared most of us for the recent execution in Jazan, Saudi Arabia. Faced with Mohammed Rashad Khairi Hussein, a Yemeni man accused of murder and sodomy, the Sharia court ordered him first beheaded and then crucified. This is not the first such sentence under Sharia law. A man in 2009 was ordered beheaded and then crucified for being a gang leader.
It appears that, despite the shortage of swordsmen discussed earlier, it has not slowed down the rate of 28 people beheaded in Saudi Arabia this year. Moreover, there is clearly ample supply of crucifiers.
Of course, over in Iran they are dropping acid in the eyes of convicted persons or throwing them down hills with sharp rocks.
Source: Daily Mail